60 Minutes of House with London Club Brand Ministry of Sound on Beats 1 One Mix

Kickstart the weekend with a mix Including Calvin Harris, MK, Solardo, Erick Morillo, Lee Foss, Black Coffee, David Guetta, and The Blaze

Clubbing brand Ministry of Sound raid the airwaves this weekend One Mix, Beats 1’s radio show. GuyMac chooses the decks, observing the launch of Apple Music’s exclusive Annual 2018 playlist. Expect Lots of house music with songs from artists such as Calvin Harris, MK, Solardo, Erick Morillo, Lee Foss, Black Coffee, David Guetta, along with The Blaze.

Tune in here only on Apple Music.Air Date: Friday 9th November 2018 – 21:00 LA / / 00:00 NY / 05:00 UK

London hotspot Ministry of Sound cropped up back in 1991, a far cry from the powerhouse it’s today. In its inception, the nightclub was inspired by New York’s house places, finding its home in a classic vehicle park at South London.

The area wasn’t the best, and also the night lacked suitable lighting and alcohol. But, from the get-go, there was no compromise in audio. A dance floor plus great speakers built for bone-induction gave Ministry of Sound a different identity. DJs Jazzy M and Paul Oakenfold accompaned creator Justin Berkmann in providing the songs that night, kickstarting contemporary UK club culture.

Back then, Ministry of Sound was the nightclub of its kind to obtain the UK’s dancing and music license – one given because the nightclub chose to not serve alcohol. A daring move at the time, and yet one which befuddled clubs and critics alike.

Yet like wildfire, the place gained popularity with its focus on audio within everything through uncanny appeal. Popular American house music DJs such as Tony Humphries, Larry Levan, Frankie Knuckles, and Roger Sanchez playing a stellar sound system gave it a staggering draw.

Ministry of Sound has a 65-speaker, 22-channel audio system loud enough to rip rsquo & one;s eardrums. The sound levels don&rsquo. In addition, it had been the first club to experience Dolby’s radical Dolby Atmos technology, adding dimensional layers to seem traveling.

Flash forward to now, and Ministry of Sound has become a global entertainment industry having an independent music label, an online radio station and over 2,000 global events each year. The formerly underground London nightclub has emerged into the forefront of the UK dance music motion – but it maintains an thirst for sonic art.

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